I was thinking, and thats not always a good thing. (haha!) Since I have become a “Blogger” I have been half and half talking about baseball, and fun times off the field that have nothing to do with baseball or anyone involved, well today I want to talk about and try and get some feedback from everyone here on what they think because everyone calls me an idiot when I bring this up. Ok so one day I woke up and looked outside and there was no clouds in the sky, looked like it was going to be just a beautiful hot and sunny day right, wrong I went outside and it was freezing cold and I’m talking sun was shining like no other. Then on other days you could go out and its overcast and its warmer outside. So this brings me to my conclusion, I said that the clouds on an overcast day serve as like a blanket and the sun heats them up, therefore making us underneath the clouds feel warmer, but everyone just laughs and says I’m wrong. I might have to bring in Bill Nye the science guy and thats fine. But why does it seem to be colder on days when the sun is shining and there is not a cloud in the sky and warmer on the days where its more overcast? Don’t get me wrong, I am no scientist, and I have had my fare share of times when I argue about things I have no clue about and think they are right and I end up being wrong, I just want to see some paper work on this topic. Is that so much to ask, so thats what’s going on at Spring Training 2009. Have a good one.